"Houston, we are the problem," someone scrawled last week on Space Shuttle Independence, along with other awful things.
Articles tagged "art"
We're all unique in our sameness.
The obsession with encryption and data has influenced art for centuries.
Further evidence that if something exists, then a pornographic version also exists.
We talk to the creator of a German painting bot that can adjust its own style on the fly.
Visual artist Curtis Wallen created Aaron Brown as an art project, and he has IDs and a social security number.
Apparently, beauty is in the brain of the beholder.
There's nothing creepier to the surveillance apparatus than The Person Impervious to Face Recognizing Cameras.
Rather than just showing off technical brilliance, Riches's goal remains to show how things work.
"I've also been experimenting with the device as a means for worms to write texts for us."
Art collective YesYesNo has already created the coolest robot of the coming singularity, inspired by 1930s futurism.
Everyone’s got a theory on how it all ends. Kauffman paints his.
As biotech and genetic science continue to advance, so do creative ways to hack the body.
Adam Curtis and Massive Attack made us dance to the invasion of Iraq.
Warning: this interview contains art talk, but hopefully it's balanced by the cats.
His installation, "Field of Light," comes courtesy of 20,000 lighted glass spheres reminiscent of electric dandelions
The futures past make for a mind-melting present.
The artist's 'Magical Contamination' photo series fuses life with art.
French animator and illustrator Stephen Vuillemin debuts debuts "Schoolgirls," with 300 GIFs.
It even has its own app.
Even when it's fully assembled, the sculpture will belong to the masses.
The HIGHRISE project pays tribute to life above it all through interactive film.
Take a tour through the darkest corners of the Getty's online open content program.